Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
'The Mountain'. 'Mountain' was with Spencer Tracy. 'Lion' was a political story. 'Badman' was a western. 'West Point' was a musical comedy.
'The Public Enemy'. 'Caesar' was Edward G.Robinson. 'Dahlia' was Alan Ladd. 'Lovely' was Dick Powell.
Virginia Mayo. Based on Ma Barker?
'A Midsummer Night's Dream'. Early in his career.
|'Love Me or Leave Me' featured Cagney in a good dramatic role. Who was his co-star?||James Cagney Movies
Doris Day. Story of Ruth Etting.
Mister Roberts. The captain. With Fonda and Lemmon.
'City for Conquest'. Good movie. With Arthur Kennedy. 'Soul' was John Garfield. 'Champion' was Kirk Douglas. 'Somebody' was Paul Newman. All pretty decent movies.
George M. Cohan. His favorite role.
Terrible Joe Moran. I'm going to take the summary directly from www.imdb.com, since I've never seen this movie. "James Cagney (in his final role) plays a wheelchair-bound former boxing champion whose long estraged granddaughter, an aspiring writer, pops back in his life first searching for money to help her ne'er-do-well boyfriend get off the hook with mafia types for various loans, and later she redevelops a familial bond with the old man." Art Carney won an Emmy for his portrayal of Tony.
|1947. Cagney plays government agent Robert Sharkey, who trains OSS agents to work behind enemy lines. Among these agents is a German spy -- but which one is it?||The Films of James Cagney
13 Rue Madeleine. This is a very interesting film. I've always loved the spy type movie, so perhaps I'm a little biased about this one. Some people consider it too documentary-like. But the whole thought of a German spy being in with the American agents was intriguing to me. It's kept secret until roughly 30 minutes into the film, when Sharkey and Gibson discuss what they're going to do with this spy. Very interesting espionage type movie.